Go on a journey with a friend and make a journey stick to help you tell the story of your adventure when you get back.
Investigate how water gets into your house. Take a picture of one of the points of entry.
Investigate how water leaves your house. Take a picture of one of the points of exit.
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‘Interview’ something that you’ve bought that was made in or comes from another country. What story does it tell you?
Spin a yarn including the names of ten boats on this canal. Start your story off with the following words: "A fish named Georgie went for a wander..."
Every time someone calls your house ask them where they are calling from. Draw a line on a map from where they are to where you are.
Sit by the locks and wait for a boat to come through. As it moves through the locks, continue on your journey at the same pace as the boat.
Take a peek in the Royal Armouries and spot five different animals and five different plants in the coat of arms used in the displays.
Travel by sledge for a day: how does it change your point of view?
Take control of a webcam in the Rockies and explore the area using your computer by following this link.
Make your thumbs and index fingers into a square. Close one eye and peer through this frame to find the best view and take a photograph in your mind.
Find some dead minibeasts and magnify them as much as you can on a microscope/photocopier/scanner/camera/telescope or other device.
Cycle, scoot or walk to school one day during Climate Week 4-10th of March.
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